Kansas IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence
Richard Barohn receives ALS award
*Richard Barhon is a 2004 & 2005 K-INBRE Core Facility Award recipient.
March 8, 2016—Richard Barohn receives the 2016 George Brett Award for Commitment from The Mid-America Chapter of the ALS Association. see more >>
Climate change could send venomous snakes slithering north
*A. Townsend Peterson is a 2002 K-INBRE Faculty Scholar.
March 7, 2016—New research has found that rising temperatures could drive several deadly species northward to new areas, bringing them across the U.S. border with Canada. By 2050, some snakes could make their way as far north as Alberta, Quebec and southern Ontario.
Researchers at the University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute used climate models to predict the ranges of more than 75 poisonous snake species across the Americas. Their research, published in the journal Climate Change, found that snakebite risk could increase in considerably in new areas, especially in remote, rural regions, as temperatures rise. read more >>
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